The Day the Dollar Dies

The Day the Dollar Dies

James 5:1-6 “Now listen, you rich people, weep and wail because of the misery that is coming on you. Your wealth has rotted, and moths have eaten your clothes. Your gold and silver are corroded. Their corrosion will testify against you and eat your flesh like fire. You have hoarded wealth in the last days. Look! The wages you failed to pay the workers who mowed your fields are crying out against you. The cries of the harvesters have reached the ears of the Lord Almighty. You have lived on earth in luxury and self-indulgence. You have fattened yourselves in the day of slaughter. You have condemned and murdered the innocent one, who was not opposing you.”

Anyone who isn’t sleeping can see that there is an economic crash coming around the corner (all by design). After the dust settles from this, the U.S. will no longer be the world’s reserve currency. We will also get Universal Basic Income/Universal Basic Socialism, and we will become a cashless society. Oh, what fun, a Social Credit System, just like China! In the west, it’s already here in softer form: Banks shutting down the accounts of Christian ministries because their beliefs and opinions do not line up with the New World Order narrative. PayPal also likes to shut down people’s accounts. What about Social(ist) Media like Facistbook? Have you ever heard the terms “Cancel Culture” or “Deplatforming” or “Shadow Banning”? There are people banned off all major Social Media platforms. Google has banned some alterative news and natural health sites. This is no shock, since U.N. Agenda 21 has a thing called “Public-Private Partnerships”, in which governments and corporations and NGOs work together to implement the New World Order agenda piece by piece in ways that they couldn’t do alone, all the while giving the corporate fascists our resources/assets/infrastructure. Vaccine Passports anyone?…if you are good and take the vax every time you are supposed to, then you can freely travel about…Hello, Social Credit System! The ultimate Social Credit System will be the Mark of the Beast.

Authoritarianism, here we come! Digital slavery, oh what fun! Let’s microchip you; it’s for your own good, for your own enslavement! Bow down before the AI god, the Image of the Beast, or die! What a dream, what a utopia!

Posted by Crusty Da Klown on 2021-05-02 16:04:17

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20150317 – Thailog – z – case – top – top lid removed – huge fans – IMG_0240

20150317 - Thailog - z - case - top - top lid removed - huge fans - IMG_0240

The lid to the top is hard to remove, and may not ever come off again…So of course I had to take a picture of top of the case with that lid removed! One HUGE fan, and one spot for a second huge fan, if I so desired one.

My case: By far the best I’ve ever owned, though it has a fatal flaw with harddrive noise in certain harddrive cages, and I wish the windows were bigger, and I wish the color-cycling could be automated. But still: This NZXT Phantom 820 Series case was $199.99 from NewEgg. "CA-PH820-M1 Matte Black St" / 2 yr warranty / Steel & Plastic / Power Supply Mounted: Bottom / Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX / ATX / Mini ITX / E-ATX / XL-ATX / Side Panel Window / Expansion: External 5.25" Drive Bays:4 / External 3.5" Drive Bays:No / Internal 3.5" Drive Bays:6 / Expansion Slots:9 / Removable Filter / Front Ports: 2xUSB3.0 + 4xUSB2.0 + Audio + SD Card Reader / Fans: 1x140mm Rear + 1x200mm Front + 1x200mm Top + 1x200mm Side Fan / Side Air duct: No / Dimensions:25.59×9.25×24.09" / Weight: 32 lbs / Integrated HUE lighting for illuminating the exterior/interior of your enclosure with option to turn on/off and allow you to customize the colors at your heart’s content / integrated 4 channel digital fan controller with 15 watts per channel and LED indicators that progressively gets brighter on higher speeds / easily removable air filters located in the top+front+side+bottom to prevent dust entry / Adjustable interior pivot 120/140mm fan slot for directional airflow / Removable HDD cage and large storage capacity for 6 hard drives / Stylish acrylic window with a view to show off the interior of your rig / Unrivalled Cooling Capacity to mount up to nine fans for a maximum airflow / ±Rear I/O white light for visibility in dark environments with a toggle switch± / Extruded right side panel for an elegant look and achieves 36mm clearance for cable wire management / Equipped with a stylish pedestal that lifts your enclosure off the ground for increased airflow.

building computer.
NZXT Phantom 820 computer case, computer fan, fans, lid.
Thailog.

upstairs, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

March 17, 2015.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL at wordpress.com
… Read Carolyn’s blog at CarolynCASL at wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Building my new computer! We decided to name it Thailog. Thailog ("Goliath" spelled backwards) is the evil twin of Goliath from the cartoon Gargoyles. Carolyn’s computer is named after Goliath, so it just makes sense that Clint’s computer is the evil twin of Carolyn’s computer. A quick summary of the computer’s specs is: Intel Core i7-5820K Haswell-E 6-Core 3.3GHz with an Arctic Freezer I30 cooler on a ASRock X99 WS EATX motherboard with 24G of Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4 2400mHz RAM, a Radeon R9 270 video card, and a Crucial M500 240GB M.2 SSD…all inside a massive NZXT Phantom 820 case. It was a $1560 build, summarized on my blog at clintjcl.wordpress.com/2015/03/06/journal-hardware-purcha…

Posted by Claire CJS on 2016-05-10 11:39:38

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20150317 – Thailog – z – case – z – manual – airflow – IMG_0226

20150317 - Thailog - z - case - z - manual - airflow - IMG_0226

This page is actually quite important, as you want to know which direction fans should be pointing. It’s real easy to take one out and then forget what just happened…

P.S. In my "video tour" of the case, I don’t understand why this one internal piece pivots. It’s pretty clear from this diagram that it is a place one can install an additional fan, and pivot it to point it very specifically where you want it pointed. Crazy. I wonder if there is a pivot locking mechanism…

My case: By far the best I’ve ever owned, though it has a fatal flaw with harddrive noise in certain harddrive cages, and I wish the windows were bigger, and I wish the color-cycling could be automated. But still: This NZXT Phantom 820 Series case was $199.99 from NewEgg. "CA-PH820-M1 Matte Black St" / 2 yr warranty / Steel & Plastic / Power Supply Mounted: Bottom / Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX / ATX / Mini ITX / E-ATX / XL-ATX / Side Panel Window / Expansion: External 5.25" Drive Bays:4 / External 3.5" Drive Bays:No / Internal 3.5" Drive Bays:6 / Expansion Slots:9 / Removable Filter / Front Ports: 2xUSB3.0 + 4xUSB2.0 + Audio + SD Card Reader / Fans: 1x140mm Rear + 1x200mm Front + 1x200mm Top + 1x200mm Side Fan / Side Air duct: No / Dimensions:25.59×9.25×24.09" / Weight: 32 lbs / Integrated HUE lighting for illuminating the exterior/interior of your enclosure with option to turn on/off and allow you to customize the colors at your heart’s content / integrated 4 channel digital fan controller with 15 watts per channel and LED indicators that progressively gets brighter on higher speeds / easily removable air filters located in the top+front+side+bottom to prevent dust entry / Adjustable interior pivot 120/140mm fan slot for directional airflow / Removable HDD cage and large storage capacity for 6 hard drives / Stylish acrylic window with a view to show off the interior of your rig / Unrivalled Cooling Capacity to mount up to nine fans for a maximum airflow / ±Rear I/O white light for visibility in dark environments with a toggle switch / Extruded right side panel for an elegant look and achieves 36mm clearance for cable wire management / Equipped with a stylish pedestal that lifts your enclosure off the ground for increased airflow.

building computer.
NZXT Phantom 820 computer case, airflow diagram, fans, manual.
Thailog.

upstairs, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

March 17, 2015.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL at wordpress.com
… Read Carolyn’s blog at CarolynCASL at wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Building my new computer! We decided to name it Thailog. Thailog ("Goliath" spelled backwards) is the evil twin of Goliath from the cartoon Gargoyles±. ±Carolyn’s± computer is named after Goliath, so it just makes sense that ±Clint’s± computer is the evil twin of ±Carolyn’s± computer. A quick summary of the computer’s specs is: Intel Core i7-5820K Haswell-E 6-Core 3.3GHz with an Arctic Freezer I30 cooler on a ASRock X99 WS EATX motherboard with 24G of Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4 2400mHz RAM, a Radeon R9 270 video card, and a Crucial M500 240GB M.2 SSD…all inside a massive NZXT Phantom 820 case. It was a $1560 build, summarized on my blog at clintjcl.wordpress.com/2015/03/06/journal-hardware-purcha…

Posted by Claire CJS on 2016-05-10 11:16:27

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20150317 – Thailog – z – case – front – face off – fan – IMG_0235-diptych-IMG_0236

20150317 - Thailog - z - case - front - face off - fan - IMG_0235-diptych-IMG_0236

If you take the front of the case completely off, another HUGE fan is revealed. This is for the harddrives.

My case: By far the best I’ve ever owned, though it has a fatal flaw with harddrive noise in certain harddrive cages, and I wish the windows were bigger, and I wish the color-cycling could be automated. But still: This NZXT Phantom 820 Series case was $199.99 from NewEgg. "CA-PH820-M1 Matte Black St" / 2 yr warranty / Steel & Plastic / Power Supply Mounted: Bottom / Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX / ATX / Mini ITX / E-ATX / XL-ATX / Side Panel Window / Expansion: External 5.25" Drive Bays:4 / External 3.5" Drive Bays:No / Internal 3.5" Drive Bays:6 / Expansion Slots:9 / Removable Filter / Front Ports: 2xUSB3.0 + 4xUSB2.0 + Audio + SD Card Reader / Fans: 1x140mm Rear + 1x200mm Front + 1x200mm Top + 1x200mm Side Fan / Side Air duct: No / Dimensions:25.59×9.25×24.09" / Weight: 32 lbs / Integrated HUE lighting for illuminating the exterior/interior of your enclosure with option to turn on/off and allow you to customize the colors at your heart’s content / integrated 4 channel digital fan controller with 15 watts per channel and LED indicators that progressively gets brighter on higher speeds / easily removable air filters located in the top+front+side+bottom to prevent dust entry / Adjustable interior pivot 120/140mm fan slot for directional airflow / Removable HDD cage and large storage capacity for 6 hard drives / Stylish acrylic window with a view to show off the interior of your rig / Unrivalled Cooling Capacity to mount up to nine fans for a maximum airflow / Rear I/O white light for visibility in dark environments with a toggle switch / Extruded right side panel for an elegant look and achieves 36mm clearance for cable wire management / Equipped with a stylish pedestal that lifts your enclosure off the ground for increased airflow.

building computer.
NZXT Phantom 820 computer case, computer fan, fan.
Thailog. diptych.

upstairs, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

March 17, 2015.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL at wordpress.com
… Read Carolyn’s blog at CarolynCASL at wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Building my new computer! We decided to name it Thailog. Thailog ("Goliath" spelled backwards) is the evil twin of Goliath from the cartoon Gargoyles. Carolyn’s computer is named after Goliath, so it just makes sense that Clint’s computer is the evil twin of Carolyn’s computer. A quick summary of the computer’s specs is: Intel Core i7-5820K Haswell-E 6-Core 3.3GHz with an Arctic Freezer I30 cooler on a ASRock X99 WS EATX motherboard with 24G of Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4 2400mHz RAM, a Radeon R9 270 video card, and a Crucial M500 240GB M.2 SSD…all inside a massive NZXT Phantom 820 case. It was a $1560 build, summarized on my blog at clintjcl.wordpress.com/2015/03/06/journal-hardware-purcha…

Posted by Claire CJS on 2016-05-10 12:02:43

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Hallucination of withdrawal -[ HSS ]-

Hallucination of withdrawal -[ HSS ]-

The motherboard of my MacBook Pro, which I had to send in under a recall program for a potentially incendiary battery. An Apple-certified tech coordinating the recall opened up the unit, revealing four years of dust and cat fur sucked into the unit.

Unfortunately, without my primary computer, I cannot rely on Photoshop, so I had to try GIMP on the underpowered, low-end iMac in my office room. Even though the learning curve will be steep and the goings slow, I found some goodies to make the most of a picture I took of the motherboard before it was vacuumed up and the computer buttoned back up and sent away for the recall work.

Posted by Carbon Arc on 2019-07-28 04:29:39

Tagged: , Sliders Sunday , kaleidoscope , spiral , laptop , MacBook , Pro , internals , insides , innards , guts , motherboard , fan , circuit , microchips , GIMP

Board Games

Board Games

26:52 Technology

I wasn’t sure what to do with this theme, so looked around our "office" and saw a bunch of computer parts lying on a table. I put the mother board inside my lightbox, shot it, and then shot a heat sync and fan. I merged three images that I took and this is how it ended up. That’s technology too, right?
Not something I would normally do, but it was fun anyway 🙂

Posted by charhedman on 2018-06-27 02:16:24

Tagged: , 52 week theme challenge group , Technology , mother board , heat sync , fan , bokeh , board games , remote , digital , CPU , Macro , a bit dusty…I think it’s going to end up in recycling

Increasing ambition for worldly acclaim

Increasing ambition for worldly acclaim

Posted by alexandriabrangwin on 2018-01-17 08:29:55

Tagged: , Alexandria Brangwin , Second Life , 3D , CGI , Computer , Graphics , Virtual , world , photography , Fallout , 4 , fan , art , lone , wanderer , sole , survivor , Vault , Suit , blue , gold , trim , barbed , slugger , baseball , bat , jail , cell , post , apocalyptic , setting , wasteland , ruined , dark , evening , dying , light , Flit , Ulrik , tribute , woman , standing , Sunset , Sarsparilla , Live , Love , skill , book , magazine , grime , urban , dust , dirt , hair , updo , ponytail , Inkspots , I don’t want to set the world on fire , lyrics , song , proto , mod , Pip Boy